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Just like Beyonce said, if you like it, you gotta put a ring on it.
Korean couples wear matching rings as a sign of being in a committed relationship, and it’s often used to mark either the point at which a couple becomes ‘official’ or a couple’s 100th-day anniversary.
Head out on any weekend night and you’ll see girls carrying bouquets left, right and centre.Younger couples (usually teens) celebrate their 22nd day together.From using cute emoticons on popular messaging app Kakao Talk to getting inked with an armful of cartoon tattoos, boys are just as cute as the girls in Korea. Many Korean restaurants serve dishes made for two people (which is why some places turn single diners away). Couples declare their love with matching ‘couple looks’, men and women alike watch romance-heavy K-dramas and holidays such as Valentine’s Day and White Day allow Koreans to celebrate their significant other.With that said, dating in Korea usually adheres to some strict unwritten rules; here are the top things you need to know.
When a date has gone incredibly well and the conversation has flowed freely; there were laughs a plenty and the two of you hit it off with such aplomb that you know you’re onto something good, then why not send her some flowers the next day?